Quiz Me! - People: Gilded Age Test your knowledge about people in the Gilded Age! 1 / 10 Creating a mass production system which used standardized parts, a division of labor, and assembly lines, this person revolutionized the auto industry. William Jennings Bryan Henry Ford Thomas Edison Andrew Carnegie 2 / 10 Frances Willard is a reformer most closely associated with Child labor Prohibition Suffrage Prison reform 3 / 10 Registering over 1,000 patents for his many inventions, this notable person had difficult beginnings, including being deaf in one ear and very little schooling. Henry Ford William Jennings Bryan Thomas Edison Andrew Carnegie 4 / 10 Dying just five days after the end of the Scopes Monkey Trial, this notable person believed in a literal interpretation of the Bible and argued against Clarence Darrow. Stephen Douglas William Carney Daniel Webster William Jennings Bryan 5 / 10 After building a successful American steel company, this notable Scotsman dedicated his later years to helping those less fortunate. Thomas Edison William Jennings Bryan Henry Ford Andrew Carnegie 6 / 10 After building a successful business in his early years, Andrew Carnegie focused his attention in his later life on philanthropy and encouraged those with wealth to give away that wealth to worthy causes. His philosophy was known as Mercantilism Gilded Economics Progressivism Gospel of Wealth 7 / 10 Creating the Ford Motor Company in the early 1900’s , Henry Ford introduced an affordable car line that became so popular in ten years that over one half of the cars in the United States were this type of car. Model - A’s Ford Edsel’s Model - T’s Studebackers 8 / 10 In order to create their famous invention, Wilbur and Orville Wright engaged in a great deal of research and testing of - patents antitrust laws wings weather systems 9 / 10 How did Thomas Edison both demonstrate and protect his economic rights? Created an electric vote recorder Built a whole team of engineers and scientists Opened his “invention factory” at age 23 Registered 1,093 patents 10 / 10 This influential reformer was the first woman dean at Northwestern University and the first woman to be represented in Statuary Hall in the U.S. Capitol. Elizabeth Cady Stanton Susan B. Anthony Harriet Beecher Stowe Frances Willard Your score is Try another 10!